Hampton Inn & Suites Las Vegas - Red Rock / Summerlin
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... This day, and the photos from it, is worthy of a separate blog entry.
With our brief North American adventure rapidly coming to a close ahead of our flight from New York to Milan on 5 May, we were still keen to see some of the countryside, something that air travel precludes. So the next chapter entails a late night Greyhound Bus ride, followed by two long haul Amtrak train rides across this great continent from West to East.
... 3 free drinks each. The deal was we go there first and then we could go into XS to see David guetta when he came on at 2am. We made our way over and managed to see his last few songs. We stayed for a bit afterwards but we were all so tired so decided to leave. The queue for taxis was so long we had to wait for about an hour.
... signs are on display from hotel and businesses that are no longer in Vegas, or may have been "updated". Other interests on "The Strip"- the beautiful Bellagio, with the botanical gardens in bloom. The four of us took a rest next at Jean Philippe's Chocolates and Pastries- yum! The outdoor fountain display at The Bellagio was impressive, and the High Roller ride ( new in 2014) was a great backdrop! ...
Last full day in Vegas. As Max and I were heading to breakfast David Ramadge messaged to say that he was in the hotel. He had flown in from San Jose, California for the day to help celebrate with Nick. A lovely thought and one that will always be appreciated. David joined us for breakfast then Max and Bev headed out to shop. David and I headed for the blackjack tables, joined in body (but certainly not in mind) by Nick D. There was a constant stream of attendees at the ...
... they inhabited an area of more than 5 million acres. Their homeland stretched from the Grand Canyon southward to the Santa Maria River and from the Black Mountains eastward to the pine forests of the San Francisco peaks. Today, the Hualapai American Indian Reservation, created in 1883, is nearly 1,000,000 acres that includes 108 miles of the Colorado River and Grand Canyon. There are approximately 2,100 enrolled members of the Hualapai Tribe and nearly half live in Peach ...